Norman D. Levin, B.C.S.
Norman D. Levin, a graduate of the University of Miami and the University of Maryland School of Law, is a Board Certified Marital and Family Lawyer and Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers practicing family law in Longwood, Florida. He served on the Executive Council of the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar from 1994 through 2003 and was Chair of the Section in 2001-2002. He served as chair and co-chair of the CLE Committee of the Section from 1994 through 1996 and has lectured throughout the United States on Family Law topics including alimony, child support, equitable distribution, attorneys fees, civil procedure, discovery, abuse, neglect and abandonment, providing for special needs children in dissolution cases and law office management. He served as a Director of the Seminole County Bar Association in 1989-1990 and served as Chair of the Family Law Section of the Seminole County Bar in 1990 and 1991. He has been a faculty member of the Marital and Family Law Certification Review Course for 11 years.
He is the author and creator of the Family Law Software program for lawyers Divorce Power Analyzer.
He has authored the book “The Real Family Law Practice” and articles on Family Law Arbitration, Special Equity, Providing for Special Needs Children in Dissolution Cases and Complex child Support Issues.
He claims special pride for having created the Seminole County Juvenile Arbitration Program in 1980. This was the first such program in the state of Florida and was ultimately adopted by the State as the model for the arbitration component of the JASP Program.
He served as an Assistant State Attorney in the 18th Judicial Circuit of Florida from 1977 to 1981 and was the Chief Trial Attorney of the Public Defenders Office of the 18th Judicial Circuit from 1981 to 1982.
Getting to know Norman Levin
A video interview by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers